What will it feel like when every person, every family, every community, our entire country is in full health? What would it look like if the future of health we strive for in our innovation efforts is one where each of us is seen, heard, honored, valued, treated, cared for in full?
We can get there by funding health solutions created for, with, and by people of all ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities, abilities, ages, national origins, and income levels.
We can get there by intentionally directing more innovation resources to those who have been excluded or underserved due to structural racism and bias.
We can get there. And the time to start the movement toward full health for all was yesterday.